Post # 1
Can anyone recommend some way to make a seating chart that doesn’t include hours of input of computer software/apps but is more sophisticated than the post-it note chart sketch?
I’ve been dreading this… anything to make it easier would help.
Post # 3
I thought the Wedding Wire tool was really helpful. It takes some time inputting in all the names, but the tracking stats they set up are really great and the seating tool makes it really easy to move people and tables around.
Post # 4
I had all of my invitee names in an excel spreadsheet anyways so that I could use it to track yes/no rsvp’s and keep track of total numbers. i just copied and pasted the names into a new worksheet and then dragged and dropped into groups of 8
Post # 5
i printed out a seating chart of tables of 8 (what my venue has)
and printed out the guest list and cut up the name, with couples still attached to each other.
i know i am way ahead of the game but I was bored at work one day.
as people RSVP no, i will remove those name.
this way, we can easily see the people’s names, tables, and fill it the best we can.
Post # 6
@Pink Asawa: that’s exactly what I ended up doing, easy peasy! thanks!
Post # 7
I used wedding wire and loved it! But I already was managing my guest list through the site as well. I’m a visual person so if I hadn’t had that I probably would have done the cut up strips and arranged them in circles until I got what I wanted. You think that seating charts will be easy, until you do them lol